Greenwich photographer Rebecca Portsmouth

Greenwich photographer Rebecca Portsmouth has more than 14 years of full-time experience, bringing professionalism, craftsmanship and creativity to her clients. This means you can expect friendly service, flattering photos and a photographer who listens to what you would like from your wedding, event or portraits. Rebecca has a studio based in the OneSE8 development on the edge of Deptford and Greenwich, allowing her to offer studio portraits and specialises in small weddings throughout London, especially those at Woolwich Town Hall, Mayfair Library and Chelsea Old Town Hall.

Greenwich photographer Rebecca Portsmouth specialises in London register office weddings

WEDDINGS

London register office or civil weddings photographed in a beautiful, authentic way. Simple one, two or three hour photography packages with the files, with books and albums also available.

Greenwich photographer Rebecca Portsmouth takes professional studio portraits in black and white and colour

PORTRAITS

Classic studio portraits in colour and black and white, taken in the Greenwich studio with appointments from 8am to 8pm to fit in with work and study. There is a simple, inclusive fee for the sitting and printable files to make budgeting easy and great value.

Greenwich photographer Rebecca Portsmouth at Holy Trinity Brompton, Chelsea, London

CHRISTENINGS

Truly beautiful London Christening photography with all the small details, the laughter and candid moments. Simple and easy to book hourly packages available with more than a decade of professional photography experience behind them.


A bride and groom have their winter Greenwich wedding photos taken at the Water Gate at Greenwich's Old Royal Naval College: photo by Greenwich photographer Rebecca Portsmouth

Visiting the Greenwich studio

The Greenwich portrait studio is close to the intersection of Greenwich High Road and Blackheath Hill (the A2) and Greenwich Travelodge. If you’re travelling by public transport, it is next to Deptford Bridge DLR station in the OneSE8 development, about a 10-15-minute walk from either New Cross or Greenwich National Rail and Overland stations. Buses that stop nearby are the 47, 453, 53 and 177.

A newlywed bride and groom kiss at Greenwich's Old Royal Naval College (ORNC) after their summer Trafalgar Tavern wedding . Photo by Greenwich photographer Rebecca Portsmouth